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Old 23 October 2006, 20:01   #1
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HRTMon configuration options and SMC detector

Hi,

Built-in HRTMon is sure nice, but it's configured with hexmode as default:

when I want to print A1 I just have to backslash it. It would be cool to have the choice.

And SMC detection would be cool too. We already have read/write memwatchpoints, self-modifying code detection would be the best!

WHDLoad allows SMC detection but it has a lot of limitations due to the native implementation.
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Old 23 October 2006, 23:38   #2
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It uses "action replay" defaults (and because I prefer hex as a default)
HRTMon configurations will be added later..

SMC detection is also planned (maybe after next official release) but delayed because required CPU emulation changes aren't stable enough yet.
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